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Worksoft Certify for Modern Web Applications

The Worksoft Certify for Modern Web Applications course was designed to focus on advanced Worksoft Certify techniques. Discover best practices specifically designed for the Web. Through a series of interactive lessons, and demonstrations, you will extend the skills developed in the Certify Basics course. 

This course is divided into the following lessons:

  • Lesson 1 — Introduction to Certify for Advanced Web Applications introduces more advanced topics for using Certify to automate business processes in web applications.
     
  • Lesson 2 — Web Applications Automation Guidelines discuss the Worksoft recommended guidelines you should follow for building the most effective automated processes for your web applications.
     
  • Lesson 3 — Learning Screens and Importing Maps discusses the process for learning Web screens using Certify Web Learn and how these maps are imported into Certify.
     
  • Lesson 4 — Advanced Topics with Web Applications discusses how to work with applications that require a login, logout and/or use special features. You will also learn how to work with different types of dynamic objects and edit objects within Certify.
     
  • Lesson 5 — Web Automation Workflow and Advanced Settings discusses the best practices to follow when working with web applications.
     
  • Lesson 6 — Web Classes and Actions lists the Classes and Actions used by Certify with Web applications.
     
  • Lesson 7 — Resources provide you with helpful resources for finding help with Certify.


This course will take 3 hours or less to complete. 

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For more information, contact our Worksoft University team at worksoftuniversity@worksoft.com.

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